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Hacking Up Diesel, But Fighting

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The LA Times profiles East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice, a group that's headquartered on Commerce's Atlantic Avenue and an organization looking to draw attention to the environmental impacts of living near the ports and the 710 (among other things, they want to stop the proposed expansion of the freeway). The Times calls founder Angelo Logan part of a "new generation of urban, blue-collar environmentalists." [LA Times]